32 Teeth and All Brand New: Dental Care from Birth to Adult

I’ll be the first to admit. I.hate.flossing. Absolutely hate it with a passion. First of all, my mouth is too small to reach my molars in the back. Having short fingers doesn’t help with flossing either. I could never get the floss around my fingers tightly while at the same time trying to wrap it around my tooth. Also, Achondroplastic …

Disabled Placards: A Necessity or a Luxury

Some thoughts from an LP adult perspective . . . It is okay if your child does not have access to a disabled placard. There are many LP adults whose parents did not have a disabled placard to use when we were young. In fact, there are some LP adults who don’t have a placard because they don’t want to …

Potty On The Go

Potty Training is always a hair-raising experience. And from our experience, you might think your child is potty trained until you are on that long road trip in the middle of the desert. Our kids just can’t seem to give us enough notice to make it to the potty. We found a few life-savers that we always bring in the …

Ceiling Fans for Night-Time Comfort

Some of us tend to run generally hot, whether it be genetics, weight, or a lot of hair! We’ve heard many stories about LP kids who sweat like crazy while they’re sleeping which can be alarming for new parents. If you’ve never had a ceiling fan installed in the bedroom, we highly recommend you consider this for your children (and …

Disneyland Guest Assistance Card

September 2013 Update: There have been numerous news reports indicating that Disneyland Resort (and Walt Disney World) will be replacing the Guest Assistance Card with a new system called the Disabled Assistance System (DAS) on October 9th, 2013. As predicted there has been a wide variety of responses including praise and backlash. We’ll update with more information once it’s available. …